The grassroots enthusiasm that helped propel Congressman Ron Paul in his 2008 presidential campaign has a focused outlet this primary election season in Revolution PAC.
"This campaign is going to be different," notes Revolution PAC Advisory Board member Penny Langford Freeman. "This time, we are not only creative and passionate, but organized and focused on a win."
The super PAC launched its first national ad buy in conjunction with Tuesday's CNN Western Republican Debate. Its hard-hitting, 60-second ad "Plastic Men" ran in three prime-time slots preceding the event.
"Revolution PAC is the Ron Paul grassroots passion and creativity on steroids," continues Freeman, "a frightening thought for Congressman Paul's opponents, given the spontaneous combustion of his online presence in the '08 presidential campaign."
Traditional media buys during national GOP debate broadcasts and in key primary states will be coupled with Revolution PAC's innovative Web-only promotions designed and optimized for viral appeal.